… And what a better place than Bologna in Italy to do so?
Whether for teaching students, communicating with migrant children that first stopped in Italy, or to implement a partnership with Italian schools, teachers might have the need to improve their Italian skills. Plus, in our connected and multicultural world, the knowledge of several languages is always a valuable strength.
In between grammar points about tenses, conjugation, adverbs and vocabulary lessons, the participants happily immersed themselves in activities about work, culture, travel, hobbies, dreams, and public speaking. All the activities were very practical and based on life experiences and needs. This practice-oriented learning approach allowed participants to more easily understand and use what they learned.
They started the week by presenting themselves and others through a job interview exercise, and the intermediate group had also the opportunity to discuss different school systems. Then, working in pairs, they packed their luggage and planned visits to prepare a trip to different prime Italian locations. They got acquainted with the diverse and numerous Italian dialects and boosted their oral comprehension through listening practices.
All in all, both groups had a really fun and interactive time while making considerable progress in Italian! The participants came out of this experience not only richer in vocabulary but also in great memories and relationships.
Grazie di tutto!
Discover more about this course here: https://www.erasmustrainingcourses.com/erasmus-italian-course.html
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